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Dr. Shumayou  - Orthopedist, Kolkata

Dr. Shumayou

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Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, F. ASSI (Spine Surgery), MS - Orthopaed...

Orthopedist, Kolkata

9 Years Experience  ·  500 - 600 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Shumayou 89% (27 ratings) Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, F. ASSI (Spine Surg... Orthopedist, Kolkata
9 Years Experience  ·  500 - 600 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
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I want all my patients to be informed and knowledgeable about their health care, from treatment plans and services, to insurance coverage....more
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Key hole interventions or minimally invasive spinal surgery has revolutionized spinal surgery. The procedures that can be performed with this cutting edge technology are discectomies, laminectomies, laminoplasties and spinal fusion. Compared to the traditional open approach, the advantages are many including limited tissue dissection, superior cosmesis, quicker recovery, minimal post-operative morbidity and least limitation of post-operative activity. The surgeon has the advantage of superior illumination and magnification. Dr. Dutta has had the opportunity to teach this latest state of the art technique at many workshops nationally and internationally. He has also contributed to many textbook chapters and has many scientific publications in high impact journals to his credit. He is one of the few selected members on the review board of the prestigious international journal ‘Spine’. He believes in the least invasive solutions for degenerative conditions, tumours, trauma, deformity and infection. Dr Dutta’s Neck and Spine Clinic is a modern centre of excellence and he is available for consults at Dr. Dutta’s multispeciality Clinic and Medica Superspeciality Hospital where he operates.

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Education
Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery - Bombay Hospital - 2016
F. ASSI (Spine Surgery) - Bombay Hospital, Mumbai - 2016
MS - Orthopaedics - Bharati Hospital - 2014
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MBBS - MS Ramaiah Medical College - 2009
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English
Hindi
Awards and Recognitions
 D.G Dongoankar Best Paper Session presentation
 ASSI Travelling Fellowship Award
 Best Poster Presentation Award at Asia Pacific Cervical Spine Society Conference, Seoul.
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 Best Paper Award at National Neuro-Spine Conference
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association of spine surgeons of india
ao spine
North American Spine Society

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Dr.Dutta's Neck & Spine Clinic

68/C, 1st Floor (Opp National High School Boys), Hazra Road, KolkataKolkata Get Directions
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127 Mukundapur, E.M. Bypass,Kolkata, Get Directions
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I am suffering from back pain from a while now. Its almost 12 days now. In xray it is written in report that it is some loss of lumbar lordosis due to muscle spasm. Its like I am having this back problem from a while like its 5 years now. But before it was like it strike in weeks for one or two days. But now its almost 12 days continuously. I am even taking medicine. I have consulted to doctor and he told me to have som pain killer and a gastric medicine as well as calcium with vitamin d3. Even I am applying moov in that area like 3 times. Still I am suffering problem. And still pain is there. As what the xray report says loss of lumar lordosis due to muscle spasm. Is this a normal thing? Or I should consult some other doctor?

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, F. ASSI (Spine Surgery), MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Kolkata
I am suffering from back pain from a while now. Its almost 12 days now.
In xray it is written in report that it is so...
Lower back pain can happen due to several causes. However at your age it is often due to disc degeneration. This in common terms would mean early stages of spondylosis. An award winning scientific research done by my team revealed has shown that by the time Indians reach 30 years of age, 30 % start showing signs of disc degeneration and a handful of them start having episodes of back pain such as yours. There's no need to get worried as this is a part of the normal physiological process. For pain, I would advice you to take a pain killer twice a day for 5 days. Use hot compress twice daily for 15 mins each time and a gel (oxalgin nano gel) 3 times a day. Apart from this go for a walk twice a day. Avoid bending much and do not lift heavy weights and sit or squat on the floor. Go to a physiotherapist who will teach you core strengthening exercises. While the degeneration can not be reversed, it can be prevented from aggravating. If the pain doesn't decrease, you will need to be investigated further for other causes of back pain. Best of luck!
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I have back pain (right side of my lumbar). Paining while string and standing. Please tell what will b the cause. Is nothing to worry?

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, F. ASSI (Spine Surgery), MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Kolkata
I have back pain (right side of my lumbar). Paining while string and standing. Please tell what will b the cause. Is ...
Hi, Lower back pain can happen due to several causes. However at your age it is often due to disc degeneration. This in common terms would mean early stages of spondylosis. An award winning scientific research done by my team revealed has shown that by the time Indians reach 30 years of age, 30 % start showing signs of disc degeneration and a handful of them start having episodes of back pain such as yours. There's no need to get worried as this is a part of the normal physiological process. For pain, I would advice you to take a pain killer twice a day for 5 days. Use hot compress twice daily for 15 mins each time and a gel (oxalgin nano gel) 3 times a day. Apart from this go for a walk twice a day. Avoid bending much and do not lift heavy weights and sit or squat on the floor. Go to a physiotherapist who will teach you core strengthening exercises. While the degeneration can not be reversed, it can be prevented from aggravating. Best of luck!
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I am suffering with lower back pain from last 2 weeks, can you please tell me treatment or some tricks to avoid it?

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, F. ASSI (Spine Surgery), MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Kolkata
I am suffering with lower back pain from last 2 weeks,
can you please tell me treatment or some tricks to avoid it?
Hi lybrate-user, Lower back pain can happen due to several causes. However at your age it is often due to disc degeneration. This in common terms would mean early stages of spondylosis. An award winning scientific research done by my team revealed has shown that by the time Indians reach 30 years of age, 30 % start showing signs of disc degeneration and a handful of them start having episodes of back pain such as yours. There's no need to get worried as this is a part of the normal physiological process. For pain, I would advice you to take a pain killer twice a day for 5 days. Use hot compress twice daily for 15 mins each time and a gel (oxalgin nano gel) 3 times a day. Apart from this go for a walk twice a day. Avoid bending much and do not lift heavy weights and sit or squat on the floor. Go to a physiotherapist who will teach you core strengthening exercises. While the degeneration can not be reversed, it can be prevented from aggravating. Best of luck!
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For last 3 months my wife gets leg cramps in the night. It lasts a few seconds or one minute and then it is normal. What should be the reason and the treatment required. Her age is 66 years.

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, F. ASSI (Spine Surgery), MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Kolkata
For last 3 months my wife gets leg cramps in the night. It lasts a few seconds or one minute and then it is normal. W...
Hello! Cramps could be due to several causes, most of which are simple to tackle. Drinking more water, consuming more electrolytes (coconut water) and starting her on a vit-D supplement would b the first line of action. Tab uprise D3 60k once a week for 8 weeks along with tab gemcal once a day for 8 weeks. This will tackle any deficiencies which are known to cause such cramps. If after a month, you feel the cramping is still happening, you would want to meet a spine specialist who will get more information (like any difficulty in walking long distances, any back/ leg pain) and direct the treatment accordingly. As of now, I believe she will do well with the vit supplementation and more water intake. Hope this was helpful!
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My father (86 years) gets lot of cramps and pain in his legs specially while lying .His recent recent tests shows low iron 37, low RBC 3.77,Low hemoglobin 11.6 7 low LDL 79. Please let me know the medicine and food he should take for recovering.

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, F. ASSI (Spine Surgery), MS - Orthopaedics, MBBS
Orthopedist, Kolkata
My father (86 years) gets lot of cramps and pain in his legs specially while lying .His recent recent tests shows low...
Pain and cramps in his legs are typical symptoms for a spinal stenosis. He may be comforted by putting a pillow under his knees when he is resting on the bed. Anything that causes flexion of his knees and hips will be comforting. Please meet a spine specialist soon.
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